Daily Archives: December 15, 2017

Govt approves Tripple Talaq illegal

DAINIK NATION BUREAU The union government on Friday approved a draft law under which the practice of giving instant triple talaq would be made illegal and would attract a jail term of three years for the husband. This was confirmed by a government official. The draft ‘Muslim Women Protection of Rights on Marriage Bill’ was considered by the Union cabinet ...

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Foreigner/NRI can book online railway ticket upto one year in advance

Easing Of Trains Travel For Foreign Nationals And NRIs  To facilitate foreign tourists to book reserved tickets online, a facility to book tickets online upto 365 days in advance has been extended to Foreign Tourists and NRIs. Broad features of the scheme are as under:- Facility to book reserved tickets online upto 365 days in advance available in Executive Class/1stAC/2nd AC in ...

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Personal Secretary to be promoted as A Sec shortly


SUNIL KUMAR Strange but true, Personal secretary to be promoted on the rank of Additional Secretary by the state government shortly. In this regard DPC meeting is schedule to happen on Monday. Coincidentally both the PS are posted at chief minister office (CMO) which is why their file is moving with fast pace. Although secretariat employee especially joint secretary and ...

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SBI changes IFSC codes of over 1300 branches

After its merger with its five associate banks, India’s largest public sector lender State Bank of India (SBI) has now changed the names and Indian Financial System Codes (IFSC) of its branches across major cities. The cities are Mumbai, New Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Lucknow and others. How to find SBI branch IFSC code According to the SBI ...

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Amit Shah joins Rajya Sabha in ongoing winter session


DAINIK NATION BUREAU BJP president Amit Shah today made his parliamentary debut, occupying a front row seat in the Rajya Sabha on the opening day of the winter session. Shah, 53, who was elected to the Upper House of Parliament in August, walked in just minutes before the proceedings began. Members of the treasury benches, including several ministers, stood up to ...

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Gov greets on the eve of vijay diwas

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Social and economic development possible through women empowerment;Gov

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Governor Dr.K.K.Paul said here today that the social and economic development of a nation is possible only through women empowerment. It is very important to encourage women education, said the Governor while addressing an award function “Daughters of Uttarakhand” organized by local daily Garhwal Post where women were honoured for excellence in various spheres. Congratulated the award winners ...

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TSR App launched by CM today

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Uttarakhand people can have direct contact with the Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat through their Smartphones. In this regard chief minister has launched a mobile app known as Trivendra singh rawat app here in secretariat on December 15. CM is making consistent efforts to interact with public directly along with ensuring good governance. CM is actively participating ...

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Officers to work on mission mode to double farmers income;CM

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Chief Minister directed to end the system under which separate soil health cards by Horticulture and Agriculture Department were being provided. He asked the labs of both departments to work in integrated way. Now farmers can take the soil health card for agriculture and horticulture from any lab. Presently one-one Soil Health Lab of Agriculture Department is ...

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Government seeks feedback from residents to preserve Naini Lake


Chief Secretary Utpal Kumar Singh has directed the district administration of Nainital to take action against people allowing the rainy water to sweep through the sewerage system. During his visit to Nainital, the Chief Secretary was told that most of the rainy water instead of being used for recharging the water level at Naini Lake was being allowed to flow ...

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